Mike the Mad Biologist

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One of the things the Coalition of the Sane can’t let happen is the ‘forgetting’ of the lunacy that is the theopolitical right. Any time someone who supported this lunacy makes public utterances, we must make sure that whatever they say is qualified by “Person X, who is a fucking wackaloon…” While this might smack of vengeance, it’s not.

That’s just a side benefit.

This is actually a public service. Consider the list John Cole put together–all that’s missing is creationism:

1.) Justice (“Just Us”) Sunday
2.) Schiavo legislation
3.) Jesus is my philosopher.
4.) Michael J. Fox must be mocked for wanting stem cell research.
5.) The never-ending fake war on Christmas (Christmas keeps kicking ass, btw, and shows no sign of ending. Funny, that).
6.) Federal Marriage Amendment and the never ending gay-bashing as wedge issue.
7.) Evangelical support for torture.
8.) The ceaseless idiocy about displays of the Ten Commandments.
9.) Pharmacists for Life deciding that they get to choose whether or not you need your prescribed medicine.
10.) School prayer arguments.
11.) Demanding that intelligent design (aka creationism) be taught.
12.) Meddling in the FDA.
13.) Abstinence only as the only sex-ed.
14.) The take-over at the Justice Department from the God Squad.

15.) Goodness. How could I have forgotten Phil Kline, who wanted to rifle through medical records to prosecute people for abortion? Phil Kline is not a Democrat.

16.) And how about the opposition to the human papillomavirus vaccine, choosing to pretend their kids don’t have sex over the prevention of cervical cancer.

Anyone who went along with this lunacy shouldn’t be allowed anywhere what is thought to be a sane conversation.

Comments

  1. #1 Turcano
    November 23, 2008

    Consider the list John Cole put together–all that’s missing is creationism:

    Um, creationism is #11.

  2. #2 Rebecca Watson
    November 23, 2008

    Consider the list John Cole put together–all that’s missing is creationism:

    I’m pretty sure he hit that in #11 . . . that said, it could stand to be repeated.

  3. #3 Pierce R. Butler
    November 23, 2008

    # 15 properly refers to Phill Kline, who added that extra “l” to differentiate himself from another Phil Kline in Kansas politics – and whose anti-abortion fanaticism continues to be a subject of legal investigation long after he (following some spectacularly weird political contortions) finally left office.

  4. #4 Pierce R. Butler
    November 23, 2008

    On 2nd reading, it’s puzzling not to find “I trust God speaks through me.” in that litany…

  5. #5 Pierce R. Butler
    November 23, 2008
  6. #6 blf
    November 23, 2008

    14.) The take-over at the Justice Department from the God Squad.

    From the dogs? I’m not at all sure what’s being referred to here–which is a problem with this list (as quoted), there’s not a lot of links/quotes/whatevers/evidence–but I would have guessed to the dogs.

  7. #7 TomJoe
    November 23, 2008

    *YAWN*

    Come on Mike, talk about something people actually give a shit about AND actually means something. The Democrats won, get over it already.

  8. #8 Wendy
    November 23, 2008

    Nice to hear that Christmas is kicking ass in the War on Christmas! I’m fighting the good fight too: http://www.oktosaychristmastome.com.

  9. #9 Oyun
    March 28, 2009

    The Democrats won, get over it already.

  10. #10 seks shop
    July 7, 2009

    seks shop

  11. #11 meme büyütme kremi
    July 7, 2009

    meme büyütme kremi